Jody Schmeisser of Pit Pal Products (www.pitpalproducts.com) was a pioneer in creating storage products for racing trailers.
Greg Stelse’s racing car is called “The Joker.” Today, the two-tone green ’57 Pontiac Star Chief two-door hardtop is usually on display inside his new business, Greg’s Speed Shop LLC. But the project that involved turning the “Poncho” into a nostalgic drag racer actually got off to a dismal start.
In 1915, Packard’s new twin six was a vehicle that would place the company in the luxury field.
Is it too early to talk about Indy Bench Racing Weekend (BRW) 2019?
Classic car auctioneer Dana Mecum’s favorite racing car is a unique 1934 Gilmore Special.
“We’re showing off our ’57 Ford race car,” said Lynn Robbins of Wild Rose, Wis. The yellow Ford Sportsman class hardtop was on display at the 2017 Pardeeville Car Show.
Driving a big ‘53 Olds Super 88 sedan over Mexican roads at speeds up to 138 mph is no picnic, but Ed Gut’s car completed the LaCarrera Panamericana – an epic Mexican road race – revival four consecutive times between 1994 and 1997.
Who would have thought Eddie Munster was a car nut?
“Big Daddy” Don Garlits, the legendary drag racer, came to the Iola Car Show with a trailer loaded with books, T-shirts and other items to sell. He also brought along one of his famous “Swamp Rat” dragsters.
This 1984 March Indy Cosworth 84C is in the Volo Auto Museum (www.volocars.com in Volo, Ill. It is one of the cars raced by Michael Andretti in his 1984 rookie year.